How to apply
Before you apply for a course at Charles Sturt University (CSU), make sure you know what to expect, that you've selected the most appropriate program and study mode, and that you understand the University's refund policy.
Step 1 - Where will you study?
Study in Australia or via CSU Online
CSU Study Centre
Codes: ISAP (Wagga Wagga), ISAM (Bathurst), ISAO (Albury-Wodonga)
Download an application form [PDF] for incoming exchange partner students
Step 2 - Complete an application form and submit additional documentation
You need to demonstrate how you meet the CSU minimum admission requirements. You do this by submitting the following documentation with your application for admission. If you are submitting online you can upload and attach a certified copy of these documents as you complete your application.
Certified copies of your higher secondary school results and/or your academic transcripts for each year of tertiary study
Certified copy of your Certificate of Completion for all tertiary study
If any of the above documents are not in English, you will need to provide Certified English Translations
Any other official certificates, such as short courses and diplomas
Evidence of your English language proficiency results, for example IELTS or TOEFL
Agent Acknowledgement Form if you will be using an Agent or Representative.
Some courses require additional documentation such as a portfolio, research proposal, questionnaire and referees reports. You should check the online course brochure for additional documents that may be required for the course you have applied for.
The Admissions Office will determine your eligibility for admission based on the documentation you have provided and advise you of the outcome. You can help this process by including all required documents with your application for admission.
International student visas
More information on international student visas
Terms and conditions
Before you apply to study at Charles Sturt University, you need to ensure you understand the terms and conditions of your application, including the University's refund policy, late enrolments, and the implications of your residency status.